Hello Everyone, I'm hoping someone can shed some light on this situation. About 3 weeks ago when I was putting my chickens to bed (I close their door at night), I noticed that my Brahma (4 years old) hen was injured. She had a huge gash on the top of her head. The weather was still cold (I'm in Rhode Island) so I took her inside into the basement. We have a heated basement; I set up a spot for her. She was eating, drinking and walking just fine. I fed her layer pellets and a treat every morning (a piece of cheese, piece of hard boiled egg, etc). She was progressing nicely. Her would was healing nicely. Then, about a week ago, she stopped walking. She spends her day under my husband's table saw. She does still eat, but only specific things. She will peck at her pellets occasionally; eats little pieces of cheese, little pieces of egg salad. She is drinking very little. She manages to move herself around because when I check on her I notice that she has moved around (her head is facing a different direction). But, she stays within a 2-foot area. I spoke to a physician I work with who has had experience with chickens and he suggested that maybe my hen has a calcium deficiency. That's why I started trying giving the hen little pieces of egg and cheese. When I pick her up, I can see that the hen's feet are a little curled up. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you!